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How to manipulate a data buffer
A Java ME tip illustrating an alternative way to manipulate the data buffer using the setData( ) method to replace the Datagram's data buffer with a new one.
byte dataBytes = "Hello, world\n".getBytes( );
dgram.setData(dataBytes, 0, dataBytes.length);